Your Little Five Points apartment for rent is located in a bustling suburban community right outside of downtown Atlanta. Once you've arrived, you and your family will have no problem settling in - the neighborhood has everything you need, from convenient areas of commerce that provide all the necessary creature comforts, to great areas of recreation where you and your family will be able to have many scrapbook-worthy moments. On your days off, you and the little ones can take a jaunt over to Renaissance Park, where you can stroll along the paved walking paths or lounge on the verdant grass as you take shelter in the shade of one of the looming evergreen trees. If you want to shoot some hoops or start a pickup game, head to Parkway Wabash Park Basketball Court, which is situated right on Peace Avenue Northeast. If your sport of choice is golf, there is a slew of great courses in the area that you can choose from. Just a short drive away from your Little Five Points apartment is Candler Park Golf Course. The pristine fairway and well-kept putting green make for ideal playing conditions. Just a little bit north is the Druid Hills Golf Club, which is more expansive and known to local golfers for its water hazard and evergreen trees that line the perimeter of the green. At night, you and your beau can socialize with the locals at one of the neighborhood watering holes. Right down the street from your abode is the Five Spot, which has a large selection of beverage options and also has premier live acts perform on its stage. After you've finished your drink, you and your significant other can head over to the 7 Stages Theater and catch a show, or check out the Variety Playhouse, which always hosts great performance art. Looking for apartments in the Little Five Points area? Look no further than ApartmentGuide.com to find Atlanta Little Five Points apartments for rent and learn more about this neighborhood.
Located just miles from the city’s core off I-20, Little Five Points is a unique “hippie” gem in the urban sprawl of Atlanta. The quirky neighborhood has been described as a melting pot of subcultures. You can experience this for yourself at the area’s central hub along Euclid Avenue and Moreland. Here, street art covers the outside walls of vintage boutiques, tattoo parlors and smoke shops. You will also find unique retail stores like Junkman's Daughter and distinctive dining establishments like burger joint The Vortex aligned strip-mall style. This compact, pedestrian-friendly neighborhood has limited parking options, but its vibrant nightlife and plenty of live music options make it worth it.
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